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Sword, 11th century. Ancient Rus, Vikings.  Total length of the sword 910 mm .; weight of 0,698 kg. Blade length - 79 cm. The width of the guard - 8.5 cm. The height of the tops - 3.2 cm. The width of the tops - 6.6 cm.

Total length of the sword 910 mm . weight of kg. The width of the guard - cm. The height of the tops - cm. The width of the tops - cm.

Viking Gold and Quartz Magic Pendant, 8th-11th Century ADThis pendant is one of series of quartz amulets that have been discovered  from the Viking world, with an important group being found on the  island of Visby, Sweden. The exact purpose of these amulets is not known  but they have been found in female graves and it has been suggested  that they served a magical function for use by seers, known as Völur or fjölkunnig, meaning “plenty of knowing”. Völur practiced seiðr,  pract...

archaicwonder: “Viking Gold and Quartz Magic Pendant, Century ADThis pendant is one of series of quartz amulets that have been discovered from the Viking world, with an important group being.

Ancient Viking Scandinavian Gold Axe Amulet/Pendant Circa 11th Century

Ancient Viking Scandinavian Gold Axe Amulet/Pendant Circa Century, I think I could hand press for my next wire weaving.

Early medieval Scandinavian pendants charms. The Vikings, X-XI century.

Hanger-charms of Scandinavian origin, found on the territory of ancient Russia. X - XI centuries. Similar decorations are on the territory of modern Scandinavian countries.

The Bayeux Tapestry is an embroidered cloth—not an actual tapestry—nearly 70 metres (230 ft) long, which depicts the events leading up to the Norman conquest of England concerning William, Duke of Normandy, and Harold, Earl of Wessex, later King of England, and culminating in the Battle of Hastings. It is likely that it was commissioned by Bishop Odo, William's half-brother, and made in England—not Bayeux—in the 1070s.

The Bayeux Tapestry - chronicles the events leading up to the Norman conquest of England. It is actually and embroidered cloth and is nearly 230 feet long. The fact that it survived in such amazing shape since it's creation is incredible.

How did Viking Age people really look? | Norse woman

How did Viking Age people really look?

Medieval Clothing- Viking Apron Dress: Three views of our Linen Apron Dress in Slate Blue worn with our Linen Kirtle in Oatmeal and Linen Rectangular Veil

The spear was the most commonly used weapon in the Viking age. It was often the choice of someone who was unable to afford a sword.  During the Viking age, spear heads took many forms. The photo to the left shows a modern reproduction, typical of the late Viking age. The top photo to the right shows an 11th century spearhead, while the bottom photo to the right shows a 10thcentury spearhead. Earlier spearheads were about 20cm (8in) long, while later ones were as long as 60cm (24in). In…

How did Viking Age people really look?

The spear was the most commonly used weapon in the Viking age. It was often the choice of someone who was unable to afford a sword. During the Viking age, spear heads took many forms. The photo to the left shows a modern reproduction, typical of the late Viking age. The top photo to the right shows an 11th century spearhead, while the bottom photo to the right shows a 10thcentury spearhead. Earlier spearheads were about 20cm (8in) long, while later ones were as long as 60cm (24in). In…

Viking Gold Knot Ring 9th-11th century AD- 22) LE PONT FORTIFIE DE CHARLES DE CHAUVE: Une nouvelle fois, CHARLES LE CHAUVE achète leur départ contre la somme de 5 000 livres. - Il n'y a pas d'autres menaces avant l'année 885, ce qui tend à montrer l'efficacité du pont. Cette année-là, une armée Viking stationnée à Louvain se dirige vers Rouen, pourchassée par les troupes du roi CHARLES LE GROS (839-+888).

Lot: Viking Gold Knot Ring, Lot Number: Starting Bid: Auctioneer: TimeLine Auctions Ltd., Auction: TimeLine Auctions - Antiquities, Day Date: May 2015 UTC

Inspiration - A simple Saxon outfit--two tunic dresses of different lengths, worn together.

Tight-sleeved underdress, loose-sleeved overdress, both with unfussy and versatile trim.

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